The FOURTH is with us. Help!

Name ideas for our 4th addition to our crazy family! Hubby and I have a hard time agreeing, so lord help me
  1. Arwen
    • Origin:

      Literature, Sindarin
    • Meaning:

      "noble maiden"
    • Description:

      Arwen is well known as princess of the Elves in Tolkien's Lord of the Rings. The author took inspiration from Welsh for many of his character names, and indeed Arwen and its masculine counterpart Arwyn do have a modest history of use as legitimate Welsh names, deriving from the -wyn suffix ("fair, blessed") plus an intensifying prefix.
  2. Aurelia
    • Origin:

      Latin
    • Meaning:

      "the golden one"
    • Description:

      Aurelia is an ancient Roman name that's become a surprise hit in the contemporary world. A top favorite on Nameberry, it reentered the US Top 1000 in 2014 after a 70-year absence and continues to climb.
  3. Beaux
    • Cashus
      • Dimitri
        • Origin:

          Russian from Greek Demetrius
        • Meaning:

          "follower of Demeter"
        • Description:

          Dimitri is a Slavic variation of the Russian Dmitriy, a name that comes from the Greek Demetrius. Demetrius was derived from Demeter, the name of the Greek goddess of fertility and farming. Among the possible spelling variations are Dmitri, Dmitrii, Dmitriy, and Dmitry.
      • Dimitrius
        • Rhett
          • Origin:

            English from Dutch
          • Meaning:

            "advice"
          • Description:

            Rhett has been more tied to Gone with the Wind than even Scarlett, but now we're hearing rumblings of its finding new and independent favor among parents, perhaps emboldened by the growing popularity of Scarlett.
        • Roman
          • Origin:

            Latin
          • Meaning:

            "citizen of Rome"
          • Description:

            Roman is an ancient name trending in a major way. A surprise hit name of recent years, Roman now ranks in the Top 100 not only in the US but throughout the English-speaking world, and is rising in other European countries as well.
        • Sadie
          • Origin:

            Diminutive of Sarah
          • Meaning:

            "princess"
          • Description:

            Sadie started as a nickname for Sarah, but their images couldn't be more disparate. Where Sarah is serious and sweet, Sadie is full of sass and fun.
        • Vera
          • Origin:

            Russian
          • Meaning:

            "faith"
          • Description:

            Vera was the height of fashion in 1910, then was for a long time difficult to picture embroidered on a baby blanket. Now, though, it has come back into style along with other old-fashioned simple names such as Ada and Iris.
        • Winnifred
          • Origin:

            Welsh
          • Meaning:

            "blessed peacemaker"
          • Description:

            The double 'n's in this spelling variation of vintage Winifred aesthetically looks closer to the loveable nickname Winnie which is likely the appeal for many parents. Winnifred, along with several other Win names, from vintage revivals Winnie and Winona to modern Winter and Winslow, is on the rise.